Data from: Genetic differentiation and species cohesion in two widespread Central American Begonia species

 

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Title Begonia heracleifolia microsatellite data
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Description Microsatellite genotype data for Begonia heracleifolia. Data provided in FSTAT format
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Title Begonia nelumbiifolia microsatellite data
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Description Microsatellite genotype data for Begonia nelumbiifolia. Data provided in FSTAT format.
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Title Begonia heracleifolia F1 pollen stainability in experimental crosses
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Description Pollen stainability of experimental Begonia heracleifolia interpopulation crosses. Original seeds were field collected, and F1s generated in the glasshouse.
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Twyford AD, Kidner CA, Ennos RA (2014) Genetic differentiation and species cohesion in two widespread Central American Begonia species. Heredity 112(4): 382-390. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2013.116

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Twyford AD, Kidner CA, Ennos RA (2013) Data from: Genetic differentiation and species cohesion in two widespread Central American Begonia species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kf1td
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